What is the equivalent db level when listening to earphone or headphone volume?
dB is short for Decibel, or one tenth of a bel. Bels and decibels are unlike any other measurement, because an addition of ten means double the loudness of the noise. For example: 60 decibels is the noise generated from a regular conversation, however, 70 decibels is double the noise; and 80 is double that.
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If you are at home, for the best effect, use speakers. For personal listening so as not to disturb others, then use your headphones, but be careful about the volume level with… earphones - excessive levels of sound WILL permanently damage your hearing. Answer it depends on you if you like loud music blast your speakers me personally i like listening to musci in my head phones so its loud enough to tune ppl out but not too loud to give me a headache earphones work as like a comfort zone you ever see so many people walking down the street when theyre alone most likely they are listening to music or you see someone on the bus earphones are good for comfort
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Kind of. listening to music through earphones for just an hour will increase the bacteria in your ears 700 times
one way of knowing is haveing the volume to a level to witch you can still hear wats going on around while your music is going that is of course if you dont want to burn out y…our ears by the time your 40
3 hours straight is not good but it won't ruin your ears. Try notto listen to headphones all day. This will hurt your ears.
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All sound output can and is measured in dB (decibel's)
No it will damage your hearing
The 2nd Generation iPod Touch has built in speakers, but all other generations of the iPod Touch will require headphones or speakers in order to listen to audio
The decibel (db) is a logarithmic unit that indicates the ratio of a physical quantity (usually power or intensity) relative to a specified or implied reference level
They both serve the same purpose, to allow you to listen to music. The differences are, that earphones are bud-shaped and designed for being placed inside the ear. While head…phones have larger circular speakers which go over the top of the ears.
Beats by Dr. Dre are said to be the best earphones and headphones for listening to music. For a cheaper price but relatively same quality, critics recommend Bose, Sony, and Pa…nasonic.
Not an easy question. To start with, noise levels are measured indecibels, abbreviated as dB(A), and measurement of these levelsrequires specialized equipment, so it's not jus…t a matter of saying"don't turn the volume up past 7". The next factor is time. Music played at 90 decibels for an 8-hourperiod each day can cause hearing damage, but the equivalent amountof damage can result from music played at 130 decibels for fewerthan four minutes in a day. So it's a question of "how loud" for"how long". The ear can be exposed to short periods in excess of 120 dB withoutpermanent harm, although with discomfort and possibly pain; butlong term exposure to sound levels over 80 dB can cause permanenthearing loss. The highest "safe" level is 80 decibels. A car hornis 108 decibels. 80 dB(A) would be about the volume of an alarmclock.